STEFAN BEDNARCZYK @ The Peacock Room
Time & Location
About the Event
Stefan Bednarczyk has designed an exclusive performance of 'An Evening Of Flanders And Swann' and also 'Sings Noel Coward', as part of Greenwich Performs 2019!
Performing in The Peacock Room at Trinity Laban, this promises to be a lively show, full of laughs. Stefan will perform a 50 minute tribute to Michael Flanders and Donald Swann, the hilarious and hugely talented writers and performers popular in the 50s and 60s. This is a highlighted version of the show originally commissioned in 1995 by the widows of Flanders and Swann. Claudia Flanders regarded Bednarczyk as the finest interpreter of her late husband's work.
In the second instalment, Stefan will showcase Coward's wartime and postwar work, along with anecdotes taken from the likes of Sheridan Morley and Wendy Toye's experiences of 'the Master'.
The versatile Bednarczyk acted with Gene Wilder in Laughter on the 23rd Floor for a year on the West End stage and in Coward’s Semi-Monde at the Lyric, made movies like Topsy-Turvy and Florence Foster Jenkins, conducted the choir at St Patrick’s Church in Soho and performed these beautifully and respectfully compiled Coward and Flanders and Swann evenings all over the world.
Doors Open: 18:45
Show begins: 19:00 - Flanders and Swann
Second show: 20:10 - Noel Coward
“… Entirely alone at the piano, Stefan Bednarczyk is the best Flanders and Swann since Flanders and Swann themselves” INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE (Sheridan Morley)
“A one-man-show that demands the widest possible audience.” THE TIMES (Clive Davis)
“…A remarkable solo show….which both reveals and redefines the nature of the man’s genius. Bednarczyk comes across as both authentic re-interpreter and skilled champion.” WHAT’S ON STAGE (Michael Coveney)
“Can there be a better interpreter of Noel Coward operating in the UK – in the world – than Stefan Bednarczyk ?……. Bednarczyk is a consummate performer – his piano playing is flawless and he exudes an irresistible charisma…..This is cabaret at its finest.” MUSICAL THEATRE REVIEW (Craig Glenday)
- General Admission£20£200£0